Grateful Dead Live at Madison Square Garden on 1987-09-19
1. Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo >
2. It's All Over Now
3. High Time
4. Mexicali Blues >
5. Big River
6. When Push Comes To Shove
7. Box Of Rain
8. Don't Ease Me In
1. Crazy Fingers >
2. Uncle John's Band >
3. Playing In The Band >
4. Drumz >
5. Space >
6. I Need a Miracle >
7. Maggie's Farm >
8. Black Peter >
9. Around and Around >
10. Turn on Your Love Light
11. Black Muddy River
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue Madison Square GardenLocation New York City, NYSource SBD>TAMH*>CD>EAC>FLAC (Most likely SBD>PCM>DAT>CD>EAC>FLAC)Transferred by Painoman and Jay Serafin
Audio anomalies may exist.
Disc 2 requires an overburn of 2:27.12. (Yes, it CAN be done!)
Dell Inspiron 8200 (Hardware)
Windows XP Professional Version 2002 Service Pack 2 (OS)
Exact Audio Copy V0.95 Beta 3 (Secure Mode Extraction)
SHNTool 2.03 (Sector Boundary Verification)
FLAC frontend 1.7.1 Etree Edition (FLAC Compression)
md5summer v188.8.131.52 (MD5 Generation)
PainoMan - April - August 2006
Colorado Springs, CO
Original CDs provided by Jay Serafin in 2000. Thanks Jay.
*Then A Miracle Happened
April 27, 2009
Does Anyone Else Still Think This Streaming Crap Sucks !?!?!?!?!?!??
Not only are they screwing up every other release we can't download the soundboards here
November 25, 2008
"Across the Rio Grand-eo"
The pervious night had the monster Dew, but this show is another example of outstanding playing, wonderful harmonies and cool song selection. The first set starts off with a perfect 1/2 Step> ALON which was a nice change, they always played that song well. There is a interesting slide solo from Bob. How he got that sound I don't know. High Time is real sweet and a highlight, the rest of the set is very upbeat Push is another gem. A beautiful Crazy Fingers opens set II into one of the best UJB, it is a shorter version but Jerry's solos to the bridge is amazing. It is vibrant and fluid and makes this one quite noteworthy and a joy to listen to. A long Playing is also quite enjoyable. The big surprise was that post drums was broadcasted on TV for Farm Aid III and you get a rare post drums, and quite appropiate, Maggie's Farm that is very cool. The rest of the set is strong and you get a heartfelt Black Muddy River for an encore.Great sounding board with Phil being crystal clear.
Evan S. Hunt
September 20, 2008
The 18th Gets The Ink
Due to the strength of the setlist, but I think this night was almost as good. By 1987 a lot of Dead Heads seemed to dislike Black Peter and Around because they were downers -- Peter, because it was slow, and Around, because it was repetitive and boring.
This is a sweet recording and an admirable performance. 5 stars owing to the quality of the sound.
According to Deadbase Miracle>Maggie's Farm>Black Peter were part of the TV broadcast for Farm Aid III. I do remember watching it, but my playback system for television wasn't squat then, so the sound wasn't anywhere nearly as powerful as this.